After two years of producing and reporting for 670 The Score, Adam is now the Sports Editor for CBSChicago.com. In other words, he writes and edits the content that appears on 670TheScore.com.
Adam joined The Score in May of 2009 after a year producing Blackhawks games and various shows at WGN Radio. He was born and raised in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago and attended St. Ignatius College Prep before going off to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he earned his journalism degree.
Adam spends time covering all of Chicago’s sports teams for CBSChicago.com, but his specialty tends to be college sports, which he has covered for a number of media outlets over the last eight years. He is a member of both the Football Writers Association of America and the United States Basketball Writers Association.
Adam also spent three years freelancing at the Big Ten Network and has contributed to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The Capital Times, NBC-15 (Madison, Wis.) and the Badger Radio Network.
The Bears may have gotten a little too fancy in the game’s most crucial moment.
Something didn’t add up Sunday at Soldier Field.
As expected. Jay Cutler will start at quarterback against the Lions, while Shea McClellin sits out with a hamstring injury.
The injury couldn’t come at a worse time for McClellin, who tallied three sacks Monday night against the Packers.
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari were supposed to spend the bye week at their home in Nashville.
Jay Cutler was cleared to practice Thursday and is expected to start Sunday against the Lions.
No one talks about the long snapper until he gets hurt.
Marc Trestman had a clear message for his new football team.
The Bears did not practice Wednesday, but if they had, Jay Cutler would have returned on a limited basis.
Adam Hoge breaks down the film from Monday night’s win over the Packers and singles out the best and worst performances.
All week long Jay Cutler was on the practice field helping backup quarterback Josh McCown get ready for Monday night.
A bizarre NFL weekend only got stranger Monday night.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers left Monday night’s game against the Bears after sustaining a shoulder injury on the first drive of the game.
As expected, cornerback Charles Tillman is active and will play for the Bears Monday night at Lambeau Field.
Here are five players to keep an eye on the rest of the season.
The Bears are looking to stop the pressure the Packers’ defense has put on their quarterback in recent years.
Given the struggles of the Bears’ defense, it might be asking too much to expect a win.
The Bears cornerback will likely play Monday against the Packers.
It can be an unforgiving position.
Marshall earned respect from his team for how he handled Brandon Meriweather’s comments.